Will the People Follow the Court?

In the future, will the People follow the court? Listen to Justice Stephen Breyer:

Yale University:

Uploaded on Mar 4, 2010

This is the second of two lectures Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer delivered at the Yale Law School on February 15 & 16, 2010. The lectures discussed key moments in the Courts history that illustrate the importance of public acceptance of the Courts decisions, as well as challenges the Court has faced in achieving such public acceptance. Justice Breyer also shared his thoughts on what the Court must do in the future to make the Constitution work well in practice and to maintain the public trust it has earned.

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Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer Speaks on Supreme Court and Democracy

Published on Jul 11, 2013

Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer called on a packed Caplin Auditorium audience of law students, faculty, and community members to participate in American democracy by being involved in public service during his keynote address at the Fifth Annual Conference on Public Service and the Law, held Feb. 28, 2004, at the University of Virginia School of Law.

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“Making Our Democracy Work”: An Evening with Justice Stephen G. Breyer

Uploaded on Jan 27, 2012

On January 26, 2012 The Jewish Theological Seminary welcomed an enthusiastic over-capacity crowd who came to hear Associate Justice Stephen G. Breyer of the United States Supreme Court give a free public lecture that was fully booked soon after its announcement. In “Making Democracy Work,” he examined such matters as why the American public accepts the Court’s decisions, what the Court must do to maintain the public’s trust, and how our courts make our democracy work.

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Justice Stephen G. Breyer: Part 3 — “Making Our Democracy Work”

Uploaded on Sep 21, 2011

Justice Stephen G. Breyer visits IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law (remarks part 3 of 3): Justice Breyer discussed his book “Making Our Democracy Work–A Judge’s View” at Chicago-Kent on September 12, 2011, before an audience of students, alumni, faculty and friends of the law school.